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Lou Burnard wrote:
> Could maybe even slide this into 1.4.1 if someone would just do  a sf 
> ticket...

Done.

-James

> 
> 
> O'Donnell, Dan wrote:
>> All good. Some other obvious ones from real world examples:
>>
>> Candidate
>> Recommendation
>> Submitted
>> Approved
>> Deprecated
>> Proposed
>> Cleared
>> Embargoed
>> -----------
>> Daniel O'Donnell
>> University of Lethbridge
>> (From my mobile telephone)
>>
>> --- original message ---
>> From: "Martin Holmes" <[log in to unmask]>
>> Subject: Re: "status" of a (web) TEI document
>> Date: June 25, 2009
>> Time: 4:9:26
>> Here are some possibilities:
>>
>> unfinished
>> draft
>> galley (for proofing)
>> published
>> withdrawn
>> expired
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Martin
>> Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
>>> Martin Holmes wrote:
>>>> I'm convinced too -- edition/@docStatus sounds perfect. Do you agree 
>>>> that it should be an open string value in the regular schema, but 
>>>> with lots of useful suggestions in the Guidelines?
>>> yes indeed. its a perfect example for an open string
>>> and a local customization
>>>
>>>> Should we start gathering suggestions?
>>> my current list includes "draft" and "frozen", but
>>> I'm in the middle of a debate at work about suitable names...
>>>
>>>
>>


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